Wednesday, September 17, 2014

The Sun is Hollow, Old Stars are not

In stellar metamorphosis young stars like the Sun are hollow. They are too young to have formed a core. Only stars that have aged considerably have had enough time for form an interior structure. Earth is a star that has formed an interior, as it is much more ancient than the Sun.

Here is my hollow Sun paper:

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